About this Webinar for Healthcare Professionals
To share the clinical end-of-life expertise we have developed since 1978, VITAS Healthcare offers free webinars by experienced hospice professionals to educate on the benefits of hospice.
Continuing education credit is available to nurses (RN, LPN, LVN; in California Registered Nurses only), social workers and certified case managers, as well as licensed nursing home administrators in the states of Florida and Illinois.
Attendees can earn one CE hour. See below for full certification information and instructions.
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Nurses and Case Managers
This activity is approved for one continuing education credit hour for nurses (RN, LPN, LVN; in California Registered Nurses only), Social Workers and Certified Case Managers. Licensed Nursing Home Administrators in the states of Florida and Illinois may also receive one hour of continuing education credit. Attendance for the entire online webinar, as well as completion of a brief online evaluation, is required. Certifications are made available after completion.
Featured VITAS Expert
Mary Busowski, MD, FACP
Senior Medical Director - Central Florida, VITAS Healthcare
Mary Busowski, MD, FACP, is senior medical director in Central Florida at VITAS Healthcare. Since joining VITAS in 2017, Dr. Busowski oversees the medical care and treatment of VITAS patients in their homes, nursing homes, and assisted living communities.
As senior medical director with more than 35 years of healthcare experience, she also consults with patients’ attending physicians, guides staff and serves as a resource to other Central Florida healthcare professionals on the benefits of hospice and palliative care for patients and their families.
Dr. Busowski’s healthcare background encompasses neonatal and pediatric intensive care nursing, internal medicine and infectious disease practice and teaching as a physician, and academic medical education. She earned an associate's degree in nursing from Hahnemann Hospital School of Nursing in 1982, a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Walsh College in 1988, and a medical degree from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine in 2002. She served as 2005 chief resident and 2010 member of the inaugural fellowship training program in infectious disease at Orlando Health, where she also had a private practice and served on the internal medicine and infectious disease faculty.
Location/Method: Connect via web. After registering, you’ll receive an email with instructions.